Established in 2013, the Baltimore Jewelry Center is a 501c3 educational nonprofit building a vibrant creative community for the study and practice of metalworking for new and established artists. The Baltimore Jewelry Center is the preeminent independent jewelry and metalsmithing program in the Mid-Atlantic. We offer a curriculum that is on par with programs offered at art colleges across the United States, at a deeply discounted price. Both new and established metalsmiths and jewelers can access excellent equipment and knowledgeable support through our studio access program.

Through our gallery and exhibitions program, we expose the public to the breadth of contemporary jewelry. Our studio includes 450 square feet of gallery space where we host exhibitions featuring local, national, and international jewelry and metal artists. Since launching our exhibition program, we have hosted over 25 exhibitions and featured the work of more than 500 artists. The Baltimore Jewelry Center’s goal is to promote awareness of and appreciation for art jewelry specifically in the Mid-Atlantic.

Website
https://baltimorejewelrycenter.org/

Address
10 E. North Ave., Suite 130
Baltimore, MD 21202

Contact
info@baltimorejewelrycenter.org

Baltimore Jewelry Center, Baltimore, Maryland
Baltimore Jewelry Center, Baltimore, Maryland
Baltimore Jewelry Center Director Shane Prada
Baltimore Jewelry Center Director Shane Prada
Baltimore Jewelry Center Exhibitions Director April Wood
Baltimore Jewelry Center Exhibitions Director April Wood
Ceramic “Badges” and “Buttons” from Lauren Kalman
Ceramic “Badges” and “Buttons” from Lauren Kalman’s solo exhibition, Icons of the Flesh, Baltimore Jewelry Center, February 16–March 31, 2018, photo: Laura Ferrara
Installation view of Object Permanence, April 17 – May 30, 2020 (photo credit Jill Fannon)
Installation view of Object Permanence, April 17 – May 30, 2020 (photo credit Jill Fannon)
Common Threads, December 6, 2019 – February 1, 2020 (photo credit Jill Fannon)
Common Threads, December 6, 2019 – February 1, 2020 (photo credit Jill Fannon)
Emily Culver solo exhibition Into || Not Through, October 18 – December 1, 2019 (photo credit Jill Fannon)
Emily Culver solo exhibition Into || Not Through, October 18 – December 1, 2019 (photo credit Jill Fannon)
Resident Artist Everett Hoffmann’s pop up exhibition Here is My Heart December 5, 2019 – February 1, 2020 (photo credit Jill
Resident Artist Everett Hoffmann’s pop up exhibition Here is My Heart December 5, 2019 – February 1, 2020 (photo credit Jill Fannon)
Proposed Excavation, a solo exhibition by Demitra Thomloudis, February 14 – March 29, 2020 (photo credit April Wood)
Proposed Excavation, a solo exhibition by Demitra Thomloudis, February 14 – March 29, 2020 (photo credit April Wood)
Site Effects: Jewelry on Both Sides of the Atlantic, June 10 – July 10, 2020. Work pictured by Sofia Björkman and Nikki Coupp
Site Effects: Jewelry on Both Sides of the Atlantic, June 10 – July 10, 2020. Work pictured by Sofia Björkman and Nikki Couppee (photo credit April Wood)
Baltimore Jewelry Center, Baltimore, Maryland
Baltimore Jewelry Center Director Shane Prada
Baltimore Jewelry Center Exhibitions Director April Wood
Ceramic “Badges” and “Buttons” from Lauren Kalman
Installation view of Object Permanence, April 17 – May 30, 2020 (photo credit Jill Fannon)
Common Threads, December 6, 2019 – February 1, 2020 (photo credit Jill Fannon)
Emily Culver solo exhibition Into || Not Through, October 18 – December 1, 2019 (photo credit Jill Fannon)
Resident Artist Everett Hoffmann’s pop up exhibition Here is My Heart December 5, 2019 – February 1, 2020 (photo credit Jill
Proposed Excavation, a solo exhibition by Demitra Thomloudis, February 14 – March 29, 2020 (photo credit April Wood)
Site Effects: Jewelry on Both Sides of the Atlantic, June 10 – July 10, 2020. Work pictured by Sofia Björkman and Nikki Coupp

Object Feature

Adam Atkinson, Orifice 3
Lydia Martin, Shift
Reed Fagan, Extruded Gosper Necklace
Sofia Bjorkman, Sunset Somewhere
Elaine Zukowski, Dreamsicle Brooch
Emily Rogstad, Loose Grid Brooch
Rachel Kedinger, One Clean Sweep Wall Art
Demitra Thomloudis, Proposed Excavation Brooch #1
Everett Hoffman, Neon Amethyst
Betsy Lewis, Heart Ingot
Lydia Martin, Passage
Cathryn Jasterzbski, Steel Board Pendant
Brice Garrett, Gemstones
Kristy Bujanic, A Portrait
Nils Hint, Gilded Cutlery
Francesca Vitali, Black and Gold Necklace
Jim Bové, The Drawing Series: Shadow Studies
Seth Papac, Torn Necklace
Sarah Holden, Untitled
Amanda Bartlett, Slime Cloud Rat
Eli Arenas, Untitled
Kelly Jean Conroy, Perch
Victor Beckmann, #followme
Reed Fagan Hilbert, 6 Peel
Hannah Oatman, Colorscape Brooch 10
Anne-Sophie Vallée, Cosmic Cookie no. 1
Sarah Holden, Red Steel Lace Necklace
Maria Eife, Lady Brooch
Lauren Kalman, Icons of the Flesh: Embodier (Collar)
Lauren Kalman, Icons of the Flesh: Embodier (Collar)
I Love Lisa, 2018, necklace
Erin Hollis, I Love Lisa
Craig Howarth Movement Made Static, #7 Brooch
Craig Howarth Movement Made Static, #7 Brooch, Craig Howarth Movement Made Static, #7 Brooch
Erica Bello, Untitled
Erica Bello, Radical Jewelry Makeover
Lyndsay Rice, Untitled #2
Lyndsay Rice, Untitled #2
Rose Schlemmer, The Shirt I Wear Everywhere, 2017, garment, silicone, thread, 71 x 48 x 1 cm, photo: Laura Ferrara
Rose Schlemmer, The Shirt I Wear Everywhere
Demitra Thomloudis, Over the Fence, 90 brooches, cement, steel, brass, pigment, resin, 25 x 25 x 25 mm to 76 x 76 x 76 mm, photo: Laura Ferrara
Demitra Thomloudis, Over the Fence
Jolynn Santiago, Tension (Necklace)
Jolynn Santiago, Tension (Necklace)